Resources for medieval musicology and liturgy
First of all, I would like to apologise that I do use the videos here as a forum of exchange which goes beyond the limited focus of this network (which has been always too limited with respect to my professional work as a musicologist, because I came here to talk about things which go beyond the horizon of "Gregorian chant"). I realised that spaces everywhere have been limited for free exchange of thoughts and opinions, and I definitely presented many voices out of an interest of…Continue
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I am sorry to announce this too late, because it was also possible to join this lecture via zoom. I will insert here a link, as soon as a video is available.
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Dear friends, I would like to present to you two books by Bulgarian researcher musicologist and professor of music history Klara Mechkova.
Over the last decade, she has published two books on Tetraphonia and Triphonia as the major systems of the Byzantine…
Eric Werner's famous and classical studies about the way, how Christian chant developed out of Synagogal chant is available online. The book has a detailed general index (names, places and terms), a huge glossary, and a scriptural index. The study was many times reviewed and discussed still decades after its publication in 1959 (see tag "Tropologion” within the…Continue
Added by Oliver Gerlach on November 9, 2019 at 7:32 — No Comments
A PETITION TO SAVE THE "MONUMENTA MUSICAE BYZANTINAE"
(Please follow the link, if you would like to support the petition!)
To the Rector of the University of Copenhagen (prof. Henrik C. Wegener: email@example.com)
To the Dean of the…Continue
L’ensemble international Axion Estin Foundation Chanters célèbrera le Noël arménien en interprétant lors de courts concerts des chants typiques de cette période de l’année, issus des traditions orthodoxe orientale et arménienne (4 janvier, 14h, 16h, 18h). Compris dans le prix du billet d’entrée au musée.…
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This trilingual (Hungarian, English, Turkish) website presents a significant part of János Sipos’s Turkic folk music collection recorded since 1987.
On the left side we get information of the archives, the author, a Hungarian-Turkic comparative music research and much more.
Above we focused on the actual…Continue
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Studien zu den Musikhandschriften des Supplementum graecum der Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek
Added by Oliver Gerlach on April 7, 2016 at 6:00 — No Comments
Ἐντεύθεν ἄρχονται καὶ μερικὰ τραγώδια καὶ μουραμπάδες
From here start some songs and murhabbas
Kalaitzidis, Kyriakos (Engl. translation by Kyriaki and Dimitris Koubaroulis)
Post-Byzantine Music Manuscripts as a Source for Oriental Secular…
Please have a look at the hompage of the « Institut du Moyen-Âge Grec et Latin »:
If you click on "Access CIMAGL," you will have open access to all editions until 2015 (including Raasted's edition of the Hagiopolites, vol. 45, and Maria…Continue
Added by Oliver Gerlach on February 13, 2016 at 9:30 — No Comments
This Sunday about 3 pm or to any later time you can listen to a field recording of a Zikir ceremony which I made last September in the oldest Cerrahi Tekke founded by Nurettin al-Cerrahî in Karagümrük (Istanbul) in 1703.Continue
Added by Oliver Gerlach on January 16, 2016 at 20:00 — No Comments
Sa contribution pour la conférence à Genève 2011 est publiée maintenant:
Alexandru, Maria. 2013. “Byzantine kalophonia, illustrated by St. John Koukouzeles’ piece Φρούρηζον πανένδοξε in honour of St. Demetrios from Thessaloniki. Issues of notation and analysis.” Studii Şi Cercetări de Istoria Artei. Teatru, Muzică,…Continue
I would like to announce another important publication which, unfortunately, follows a symposium with 5 years delay!
A collection of essays was published by Nicolae Gheorghiţă:
"Byzantine Chant between Constantinople and the Danubian Principalities"
Bucarest: Editura Sophia, 2010.Continue
I would like to announce another publication of this year in the field of Byzantine and Orthodox Chant.
You can buy or review this book here:
The sticherarion is one of the most important chant books since its…Continue
Added by Oliver Gerlach on November 25, 2013 at 7:24 — No Comments
Il s'agît d'une collection des articles. Visitez ma nouvelle page, svp. Vous trouvez aussi quelques extraits:
Et si vous avez intéresse, là vous pouvez aussi ordonner le livre.
Il contient aussi un CD supplément avec…Continue